Happy Friday and welcome to another week of the Color My Heart Color Dare.
Join our fun Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge using colors from “Oh What Fun” paper pack … first choose a row, column or diagonal and include choice in your post … and then feel free to use “only” additional Colors in the Board below. We use CTMH color names for reference; however, you are welcome to use any products as long as they are the closest match
Neutrals: White, Cream, Black, Gray, Kraft and Brown(s) are free to use unless otherwise specified in our board.
I chose the bottom row of White Daisy, Raspberry & Pixie and my favorite new birthday stamp set from the Seasonal Expressions 1 CTMH Catalog – Years of Sweetness. I’ve used this stamp set a lot and will feature it next week here on my blog I hope you’ll come back and see the versatility.
OK, now it’s YOUR turn! The full details on how to join the fun is in the sidebar of our homepage. Our Weekly Challenges are open for two weeks and you have until January 17th to enter Challenge #324.
Make sure you check out what the other design team members have created and leave them a little love (just as you love comments on your artwork – we love yours too)!
Happy Friday and welcome to another week of the Color My Heart Color Dare. This week we are featuring the colors: Cotton Candy, Pixie and White Daisy.
Pink is definitely my color! I had thought about going with a floral theme so I started by pulling out the Flower Market Cricut Cartridge.
I ended up with an elephant! The polka-dot patterned paper is from the new Whimsy Paper Fundamentals, I layered it with Pixie cardstock and a white daisy panel which I stamped with a B&T stamp from the Flower Market coordinating stamp set. I then layered my little elephant cut from Pixie and Cotton Candy papers. The entire panel is then popped up with some 3D foam tape. I finished off the card with some bakers twine from the new Adventure pallete. Since we all know I’m a bit bow challenged I just tied it in a knot and split the ends.
OK, now it’s YOUR turn! The full details on how to join the fun is in the sidebar of our homepage. Each color dare is open until 9:00 CDT on Thursday!
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I’m really trying to get my birthday stash replenished and with a little push decided to take a gander over at the Close to My Heart Color Dare – I was pleasantly surprised with the Pixie, Glacier, Thistle and White Daisy that I found waiting for me. Now for a sketch…I wanted to try something new so I took a turn at Freshly Made Sketches, once more I hit the jackpot!
I had a lot of fun pairing the Glacier Houndstooth paper from Zoe with the Thistle Floral from Penelope – now for that Pixie! I used the Brushstrokes stamp for a big base of Pixie, stamped the sentiment in Thistle and started adding embellishments from the Penelope Complements.
Here’s a close up!
This card was lots of fun and fairly quick to put together. I challenge you to take a look around the web for inspiration and stop by the Close to My Heart Color Dare. It’s really fun to make a project when all the hard parts are figured out for you!
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Wow…three weeks in a row, I’m pretty sure the moons have aligned!
With my crazy schedule adjusting to a full time 9 year old in my life, I stepped away from Social Media back in October. I miss the connection that I had with my friends through Facebook, but also realized that there are other ways to keep in touch. I did however catch the Instagram bug and have been enjoying posting pictures of my art at Papercrafting_Princess.
This past week Close to My Heart posted a #colorcrush to use Pixie/Smoothie/Sorbet/Goldrush so I thought I’d do a little combining of two challenges bringing some color to Sketch #96 at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.
I had fun playing with this design. I embossed the Pixie cardstock base with the dots embossing folder, then cut a scalloped design with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. I loved the X pattern in the strip and after looking at it mounted on the pink decided to add a Smoothie piece behind it that would bring out the texture a bit more. The flower is from a stamp set that has got a lot of use (I made 100 invitations for a ladies tea at church a few years ago with it). The center of the flower is stamped with Pixie and unlike the larger flower it is not two stepped so I drew over the pink stitch line with my black journaling pen.
Yes, that’s real honest to goodness sunshine streaming through the window onto my card. You can see in the second photo that I took a second strip and sponged some ink on the inside. I started with just smudging Smoothie with a sponge and then went back and added Sorbet and Goldrush to give it a gradient look.
I’m excited to get this in the mail and surprise someone with a little cheer…my Happy Mail Campaign is well underway!
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Welcome to the Everything ABC’s Blog Hop! For this hop we will be featuring the letter P. This may be the name of a paper, a stamp set or an embellishment. Whatever the crafter has chosen as their P element will be featured in their post.
If you have just hopped onto my blog, please start at the beginning at Linda’s blog ~ Scrappy Therapy
If you came from Catherine’s Catscrapbooking then you’re on the right track!
I decided that I would use Pixie a brand new member of the Whimsy family for my letter P.
I was inspired while hopping along the Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month Hop for August when I hopped across to Shirley Ross’s Mom ‘n me Scrap Blog – you can find my inspiration card by clicking on her blog name. The cute petals are actually the “wings” for the owl in the Give A Hoot stamp set.
You’ll notice that this time I made two cards and it was to show the new Whimsy Assortment Paper Fundamentals. The Paper Fundamentals have been around awhile in the “Basic” color pallet, but three new assortments were added with the new Annual Inspirations. Paper Fundamentals are double sided 12 X 12 sheets with the same design on both sides – one side has a glossy pattern. It is very hard to tell in the pictures and I even had to point out the difference to my husband.
Your next stop on our Everything ABC’S blog Hop is Jenny Gilbert” of Jen’s Creative Classroom.
In case you get lost along the way…go to Scrappy Therapy for a complete list of participants!
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